Alfred Buildings

   On the west side of Cartwright Street, East Smithfield.
   Erected by the Metropolitan Industrial Dwellings Co. Ltd., commenced in 1884, this being one of several blocks.
   The blocks occupy the site of Cartwright Square, Well Yard, Turner Street, Providence Place, etc.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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